There is little agreement on the association between online learning in community college and student success. Therefore, in order to better inform policymakers, school administrators and school leaders more research is needed in this critical area. In an attempt to bring clarity to this important issue, Cameron Sublett from the University of California, Santa Barbara will discuss his research into the causal impact of online learning on the persistence, transfer and degree completion of community college students.
Cameron Sublett is a doctoral candidate in Education Policy, Leadership and Research Methods in the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His research focuses on education policies surrounding student transitions from high school to community college to career. At UCSB Cameron conducts research for the California Dropout Research Project (CDRP) and serves as a Graduate Student Researcher on an NSFfunded study of applied STEM coursetaking in high school. Cameron is also an instructional faculty member at Santa Barbara City College where he is the course director for Argumentation and Debate